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under with the men's final. andy murray trying to ennovak djokovic's impressive run for the title. first set, djokovic will slip. still macs to get a racket on it. murray thinks he has an easy point. novak wins the second set, also in a tiebreaker. the first break of serve came in the third as novak takes advantage of murray's missed forehand. match point. after a short rally, murray finds the net and djokovic wins his sixth major title in four set, the first man to win three straight aussies in the modern era. he is jacked up and now ai top the rankings as number one. >> what a joy. incredible feeling winning this trophy oncemer, and definitely my favorite grand slam, my most successful grand slam. i love this court. >> mike: after a fog delay -- not me -- but at the farmers insurance open at torrey pines, tiger woods came out blazing to take a four stroke win. he has one six times on this course. nick faldo has his own airline. air faldo. seats at a premium. tigers second shot. great distance and spin control. gets within a foot of the hole. 14 under, four stroke lead. brant snedeker w
advantage of murray's missed forehand. match point. after a short rally, murray fines the net and novak djokovic wins his six until major in four sets, the first map to win three straight australian opens in the modern era. he is jacked up and is now back ai top the rankings at number one. >> what a joy it is incredible feeling win this trophy ones more and my favorite and most successful grand slam. i love this court. >> mike: college hoops, cal men facing the colorado buffaloes. game wag ugly. kouz up 34-18 at the half. allen crabbe, four in the first half but gets the bears' first three in the second. booker, a career high 20 points. cal falls to 34 in pac-12 play with the loss. >>> at 11:00, sports direct yorl, the real deal, larry beil is in new orleans with player reaction to they're arrival at super bowl xlvii. hope to see you then. >> ama: it's award season for the movie, and that means the movie, and that means blockbusters at [ woman ] my boyfriend and i were going on vacation, so i used my citi thankyou card to pick up some accessories. a new belt. some nylons. and what girl
three straight years. and novak djokovic's friend andy murray was the victim in two of the wins. murray won the first set in the tiebreaker. nothing came quickly. the two sets took 2 hours and 13 minutes to complete. both of these guys are long to -- used to long sessions. novak djokovic turns it into a valuable point right there. murray won the australian open last year. his first grand slam title and beat roger federer. they battle for four long tough sets but there is novak djokovic. finally murray was distracted, that turned the momentum to novak djokovic. force that victory. four of novak djokovic's titles are australian open. his dance was restrained. the first male and the world's number one tennis player. >> warriors are trying to win one on the road, they lost two straight but hope to correct that tomorrow night in the toronto. rondo went from a shoot around to fan in the stands. rondo and the celtics learned he will miss the rest of the season with a injury to his knee. lebron james scores with 62 seconds left. pierce pulls up. pierce scored a triple-double today. long range s
's final. these two faced off in last year's u.s. open with murray winning his first major. djokovic slips and gets the ball back. murray thinks it is an easy winner, but djokovic never gives up. know vac wins a second in the tiebreaker. it came in a third set and novak takes advantage and rolled on from there. a short rally and murray finds it. djokovic wins it becoming the first to win three straight in the modern era. >> what a joy. it is an incredible feeling winning this trophy once more. it is my most successful grand slam i love the sport. >> after a fog delay yesterday the farmers insurance open in san diego, tiger woods came out blazing in round three to take a four-stroke lead. the broadcaster has his own airline now. whek it out. check it out. that's too weird. check out this second shot on the par 4 second. great distance and it is within a foot of the hole. taps in for birdie. had a four-streak -- four-stroke lead. nothing but net and he is at 11 under. they didn't finish, but thanks to the chip shot on four he is on top of the leader board at 17 under. this abc7 sports report
an unprecedented third straight in the men's final. these two faced off in last year's u.s. open with murray winning his first major. djokovic slips and gets the ball back. murray thinks it is an easy winner, but djokovic never gives up. know vac wins a second in the tiebreaker. it came in a third set and novak takes advantage and rolled on from there. a short rally and murray finds it. djokovic wins it becoming the first to win three straight in the modern era. >> what a joy. it is an incredible feeling winning this trophy once more. it is my most successful grand slam i love the sport. >> after a fog delay yesterday the farmers insurance open in san diego, tiger woods came out blazing in round three to take a four-stroke lead. the broadcaster has his own airline now. whek it out. check it out. that's too weird. check out this second shot on the par 4 second. great distance and it is within a foot of the hole. taps in for birdie. had a four-streak -- four-stroke lead. nothing but net and he is at 11 under. they didn't finish, but thanks to the chip shot on four he is on top of the leader bo
keep their toys. >> nbc's senior political editor, mark murray is here, and he joins me now. and mark, it seems is if at any time a party gets thumped, they always have this come to jesus moment. we need to change what we've been doing before, we need to radically alter our strategy. reince priebus is going to say this to the rnc. "it's time to stop lacking at elections through the lens of battleground states. we have four years until the next presidential election, and being a blue state is not a permanent diagnosis. simple outreach a few months before an election will not suffice. in fact, let's stop talking about reaching out and start working on welcoming in." what can the gop really do? and as you know very well, you saw the party insiders, there's a tremendous divide between party insiders and the grassroots. what can they really do to try to nationalize as a party? >> well, luke, where republicans are right now is where democrats were just eight years ago. that is good news if you're a republican party. but the republicans, a lot of them are actually take an all of the above ap
murray brought their two daughters to take part in the march. >> i think it's important that they understand the responsibility that they have to carry this on, martin luther king can was for equality. i want them to stand up for something. >> we shall overcome. >> reporter: the murphys joined hundreds of people filing into the san francisco streets. many were filled with stories, parents and grandparents who weren't allowed to vote. >> and now we are here parading to let them know that we are alive, we are good folks and we need to work on helping each other. >> give yourself a round of applause. >> reporter: the march ended where speakers told of king and his legacy. for many the chance to travel by rail and foot, king, the freedom marchers once did, was the most powerful journey of all. joe rosato jr., nbc bay area news. >> so special to have the gnawi inauguration day on martin luther king day as well. >> that it is. we certainly had a lovely day around the bay area. chilly in washington. chilly here but not as bad as there. >> we were warmer than washington with tem
everybody should watch first and foremost because of the unbelievable performances. bill murray is spectacular as fdr. he's almost unrecognizable as a comedian we've loved for decades. there's one little thing about this movie though. he was in a relationship with his distant cousin and that's what the movie kind of touches on. so it gets pretty crazy, and i was not prepared to see the great fdr in certain compromising positions. that's really throwing some people off. >> is it bill murray playing fdr, or is it a real fdr-like role? >> i think he's amazing. i think that he re-creates fdr in a time when daniel day-lewis is getting so many accolades for "lincoln." we should be talking about bill murray, as well. he's extraordinary. >> high praise. so what's it getting on the tomato meeter? >> well, i personally loved this movie because it took larger than live figures and made them very normal and accessible. critics aren't agreeing with me. it's 40% rotten right now. >> oh, that's not very good. >> i know, too shock i guess. >> who do you predict will be the best actor and best a
, part of the team that wrote that, mark murray and nia-malika henderson is back for round two. let's play the reaction of the 2016 talk and tying it in to the inauguration. let's play it. >> you guys in the press are inkor ini incorrigible. you are talking about elections from years from now. >> i'm out of politics and forbidden from hearing these questionings. >> i don't know if i enjoyed the more the president's comment or her laughter. mark, with that said for the people angry that we're talking about 2016, let's talk about the importance or significance of that interview and why the president and this is key here, he wanted and pursued this opportunity. >> it was to give thanks to hillary clinton. it is important to note that five years ago to this date, tamron, barack obama and hillary clinton were preparing for super tuesday. it was a contest that hillary clinton won some big states and barack obama emerged with more delegates. five years later, here they are on the same page and democratic party more unified than ever been and at least in decades and one of the reasons why i
of appearance and i have here senator murray. we will go back and forth and senator bald plan frank and murphy, mikulski, white house and warren, so i would now recognize senator murray. >> thank you very much mr. sherman for holding this important hearing. and it is i think especially important to know obviously the issue of newtown but this is an issue a lot of us have been working on for a long time, ourselves included and i think it is a great time to focus and i appreciate that and senator alexandre, we welcome you as the new ranking member position and look forward to working with you and all the new members it's great to have you on this committee and there is a lot of great talent here. i think that we will really be able to do some good things on this committee. succumb thank you very much and to both of the witnesses as well. i did want to go back to the senator harkin has mentioned several times that in the president's recent release ghana violance package she issued three provisions. one clarifying for medicaid managed care plan and one saying that it would be included in the final
of the senate. something interesting we are seeing is the new budget chair, patty murray putting a face to it. part of the problem with the democratic platform in terms of the budget, we took the backseat and waits. patty is putting a human face on it. you can't keep cutting, if you do, this is what's going to happen to the american population. >> it's less about a budget. one that is, in certain ways sort of saying -- >> defense. >> according to my understanding of the constitution, they have the fiscal responsibility -- >> primarily in the house. >> not correct. the constitution says clearly that the only thing the congress is supposed to do every year is to pass appropriations bills. those bills should be guided by a budget. >> that's right. >> i'm 61 years old. do you know how many times congress passed a budget in my lifetime? four. it's an f minus. if they got paid for performance -- it's your job. they are not following the constitution. >> right. >> it's an interesting point. one of the thing that is folks may not realize about the budget is that more than 50% of it is automatic. >> t
the majority has decided to pass a budget. the new budget chairman, senator murray, said yesterday that her committee will draft a budget. now let's let the senate produce a budget. let's have a budget drawn up. let's have a budget debated. let's figure out what our plans are. budgets lay out plans and we'll see if a budget that a majority in the senate would vote for will pass the straight-face test with the american people. we'll see if this is just another budget that says, okay, here's the amount of money we'd like to spend. it has no relationship to the amount of money we have. let's let that be our budget. the people -- people will no longer tolerate, i'm convinced, the amount of debt and taxes that the spending plan would require. but for them to really think about that, they have to have a spending plan, and i am grateful that the house passed legislation that says we have to have that -- that plan. when the majority in the senate, democrats in the senate have a budget, we'll see how they feel about continuing to attack the budget that the house has been willing to come up with for
, george, and mr. murray. >> our next panel, i will first introduced dr. michael hogan. the former commissioner of the new york state office of mental health and the new freedom commission on mental health. his capacity of overseeing the public mental-health system. he previously served as the ohio director of public health and the commissioner of the connecticut department of mental health. for purposes of introduction, i turn to senator alexander. >> i am delighted to welcome robert viro of tennessee. he has done work at the behavioral health care field for a long time, 40 years. he is chief executive of the company, and non-profit organization. they have more than 50 facilities, 160 partnership locations serving 50,000 people of all ages each year. his distinguished background includes work at vanderbilt, he is a clinician and he has been consulted by many for his expertise in his field and i look forward to his insights about the need to tell and how we can do a better job of making sure that they have helped. >> thank you, center alexander. >> it is a great privilege to introd
. they commemorate the birth of the poet robert burns in 1759. in australia, the tennis star andy murray signs autographs for the men's semi final. a passerby snaps a photo of frozen shots. pictures from around the world. imagine your bedroom and bathroom and kitchen all in only about 300 square feet. it may seem small, but not necessarily in new york city. mary? >> many new yorkers all right joke that they live in apartments the size of closets. even so, the city sees room to downsize. they are planning to add microapartments to make space for the people living alone. in a city tight on living space, things are about to get tighter. this one room is living room, bedroom, dining room. >> these are what are called a microapartment. squeeze into the area the size of a modest hotel room. >> then if you don't want to look at the television, you have a bar. they are traditional ideas that have been updated. they are modern and sexy way. >> some new yorkers live in tiny spaces and the modern sleekness may be tough to maintain. >> reserving nearly half for low and middle income residents. museum of n
. >> a three-peat at the australian open, beating andy murray in four sets to win his third consecutive australian title and fourth overall. he is the only player in history to win that tournament three years in a row. only nine other men have won it twice ever. >> you got it. dan, thank you. michael tomasky? right? the g.o.p. on the daily beast today. the g.o.p. plan to steal elections. how so? >> by changing the electoral college math and awarding electoral states big contentious states and virginia. those six, awarding them not by winner take all who won the state but by who won individual congressional districts. those six states happen to be corroded at the state level right now by republican legislators and republican governors. and so theydrew new district lines in 2010, and they through knew congressional lines. they packed as many as districts as possible. he won pennsylvania, for example, which has 18 districts by winning six of the 18 but ran up big margins because democrats were packed into those six districts. so if the republican rules had p
they will put forward a budget proposal, chuck schumer and patty murray and others are saying there will be new revenue in it. talk to mitch mcconnell said it's settled based on the raising of rates from the fiscal cliff deal, so there are some real divisions. and monday seems like a long, long time ago already. >> it certainly does. >> joe? >> yeah, mike. >> pick up on sam stein's point about immigration. today is a red-letter day on that issue. two signal events. one in today's "wall street journal," jeb bush, former florida governor, calls for comprehensive immigration reform. that's what the president wants. that's what democrats are pushing for and what republicans are resisting. jeb bush, one of the most powerful voices in the party, said they should go the president's way on that. fix it in a big bill. second, sam stein's colleague, john war, points out on huff post that marco rubio, florida senator, is very smartly trying to change the vocabulary of this debate, detoxify the term amnesty which has allowed talk radio, conservatives to dismiss almost any move on immigration. he's saying w
countries. i think charles murray's book last year lays it out. >> we all talk about this and we are alarmed about it. see, thewe don't social dislocation costs of this. when we started the weekly standard in 1995, a very good piece but it will make you laugh if you go back and look at>> bu. the argument was that we had created a generation of 17-year- old whose fathers had been in prison, they had never seen a strong family. they were on their way to creating a crime wave the likes of which we had never seen. that is one of the great humbling moments of my life as an editor. it was a wonderful piece that was perfectly argued and it made sense at the time that we published it. it was so wildly wrong that 18 years later, we have lived through a decline in crime. not one person was killed last week in new york city. that has not happened. someone mispronounced my name that i was taught him. part of the difficulty is that when we talk about this and we look at this horrible trend upon us, it has been upon us for 40 years and most social indices that we can look at suggest that the country is st
country. i think charles murray's book last year was very powerful way of laying out how it is spent this is a very peculiar problem that we face because we all talk about this. i think we're all of him had even if you're not a hardline social conservative. you safe information. and yet we don't see, what we haven't seen, charles alluded to this lastly, are the social dislocation talks of this. that is to say, when we started "the weekly standard" in 1995, the worst, very good piece, but would make you laugh if you would like to look at it was by a criminologist and sociologist was called here come the super predators. and the argument was that we had created a generation of 17-year-olds, youth, whose fathers had been in prison, never seen a strong family, none of that. and basically they were on the way to creating a crime wave the likes of which we had never seen. that is one of the great humbling moments of my life as an editor. wonderful piece, perfectly argued and it made absolute sense at the time that we published it. and it was so wildly wrong that it's not 18 years later. yo
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